‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’, a true story about a boy and his stuffed animals, whose Dad saw potential for some wonderful, enchanting stories about a tubby bear who loves ‘hunny’! Winnie The Pooh was always a favourite in our house when I was little and, I used to read it to my son was he was a child. Here are some facts that you might not know about the ‘silly old bear’ and his friends in the 100 acre wood. The inspiration for Winnie The Pooh was a real life bear and ‘he’ was a she! The original plush toys which … Continue reading Did you know… Winnie The Pooh
I have been absent from my blog for a while now and I apologise. My main reason for blogging is to document my mental illness/health and to share my ongoing struggles. Fortunately, recently I’ve been in a really good place … Continue reading Rape is not a dirty word!
Ahhh Chris Turnbull the fabulous author who adores Whitby and who makes everyone feel at ease with his infectious smile. I once had a dream where I sacrificed a goat in his oven.. and no that isn’t a euphemism… Chris … Continue reading Who is Chris.A.Turnbull?
As I am nearing the last module for my degree with the Open University, I thought I would jot down some of my wonderingments regarding my study journey. I didn’t enjoy school very much it was mean and my teachers had no faith in me, so I had no faith in me. ( There was one teacher who had faith, my biology teacher, whose name evades me right now, she was wonderful). I left school with appalling exam results and absolutely zero plans for my future. I drifted aimlessly for years, then I slowly began to find my love of … Continue reading My study journey
A few months ago I met Dawn Singh in a group on Facebook and she asked if I’d like to attend the UK Indie Lit Fest as a guest blogger. Of course I would. A chance to promote myself and … Continue reading UK Indie Lit Fest 2017
I have exciting things to tell you about, so get settled and listen up… On August the 26th 2017 there will be an incredible, free, festival taking place in Bradford and I urge you all to not miss it. Come … Continue reading UK Indie Lit Fest 2017
I’ve only gone and done it. I have written and published a book. This is something that I have dreamt and fantasised about for years. Yes, I fantasise about having books published…so what? I know it doesn’t come with £50,000 advance or a fancy book tour or signings in huge shopping centres but it will do eventually. This is a huge achievement for me. I was actually pretty scared about doing this, I don’t mind admitting that. I worried about what people might think and what they might say, but you know what? I don’t actually care now. I … Continue reading Accomplishing my goals, one by one.
The Lake of Fire series follows the story of a woman named Rose whose parents are killed in a car accident which she survived. This terrifying tale unfolds across three books, The Lake of Fire, Satan’s House and Limbo of the Infants. Each book is packed with the paranormal, the supernatural, satanic worship and a story-line that keeps you guessing. Prepare to be scared, if you love a good horror then these books are for you. The imagery that exudes from the writing is incredible and only adds to the terror. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to throw … Continue reading Interview with A.J.Seage – Author of ‘The Lake of Fire’ series.